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Loneliness Counselling

I help Women overcome Loneliness and find Connection

It's that feeling of not being seen and heard, not belonging, and not being accepted.


Loneliness can feel like you're in the middle of a crowded room, but nobody even turns their head around to look at you. It makes you feel empty, alone, and unwanted.


Feelings of loneliness can come on a rainy day when you're home alone, and none of your friends reply to your messages. It can appear when you’re sitting at a family gathering and still feel like an outsider. Loneliness can be there when you talk to your partner and feel like they just don't care.


Feeling lonely doesn't necessarily mean being alone, but it always shows a lack of emotional connection in your life. It's one of our most painful emotions.

Did you know?

  • You are not alone. One in four Canadians reports feeling very lonely and very isolated.

  • It's not your fault. Many people feel no deep emotional connection to their partner or friends.

  • Take it seriously. Chronic loneliness can lead to depression, anxiety, guilt, stress, and low self-esteem.

I help Women like You

Anna Schwaiger, Building Connections Counselling, Vancouver BC

As a Registered Social Worker, and I support Women to find balance in life and deeper connections in their relationships.

In our counselling sessions, we will work together to help you...

  • Feel less lonely and more comfortable with yourself

  • Find out more about why you feel lonely and what's making you hold back in your relationships.

  • Build caring, meaningful, and balanced relationships

  • Feel seen, heard and accepted

  • Be surrounded by love from yourself and the people around you

I provide a warm and safe space for you to be heard, gently find out who YOU really are, and how to feel relaxed, confident, and safe to be yourself - both in and outside of relationships.

Get started today, and contact me for a free, no-obligation consultation call. I am here for you.

"Physical pain protects the individual from physical dangers. Social pain, also known as loneliness, evolved for a similar reason: because it protected the individual from the danger of remaining isolated."

John T. Cacioppo & William Patrick

Your journey to living a life of joy, connection and meaning can start now!

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